Even so, it can be a little disheartening
Looking at all the materials I can’t re-use but not ready to throw away . . .
I really need to remind myself – time and again – that, at least, I now know what doesn’t work and what I should do next time
That’s how I learn to create every headpiece & jewelry I make . . . through trial and error . . .
True, I graduated from FIDM (Fashion Institute of Designs and Merchandising) . . . but as a merchandise/product development major . . . So, I never got any formal training in millinery and jewelry-making.
But, I have no intention of getting any formal training in hat-making and jewelry-making . . . Because it’s the main reason my designs don’t look exactly like other designers’ . . . (Which, I believe, is a good thing)
And so, I’ll be making more and more mistakes and try my best to learn from those mistakes.
I hope, next week I can share my new designs . . . This week, unfortunately, I can’t produce anything worth sharing.
I spent the bulk of my time reproducing a few of my designs for Dream Shoot Rentals. (Check the link out to see pictures of amazing designs by various fantastic independent designers).
I’m happy to say that this one looks a lot better than the original.
The original piece was a result of my experiment. It was the very first time I created that type of headpiece. So, it’s only natural that this one looks a lot better than the prototype (below).
Till next week (-:
– joyce @ Angelica Brigade
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